When it comes to providing great employee experience there are three areas you have to pay attention to–physical space, technology, and culture. In this video we are going to focus on the technology aspect and a few things you can improve upon to improve employee experience in your organization.
Do you want to have an organization where employees want to show up to work? Do you want to have great leaders in place to manage your team? Do you want to have great employee experience that draws in the best talent and keeps them there? Then here are three things you should stop doing today.
Most organizations have core values like trust, collaboration, integrity, innovation, etc…But just putting those words on your website or the walls of your organization or the pages of your handbook is not enough. Your values have to come to life and show up in everyday life inside of your organization.
Being human seems like a trait that shouldn’t be considered a skill, it should just be a way of being that comes naturally to us as humans. But over the past few decades we have done a great job of removing what makes us truly
We live in a world where employees are constantly feeling burnt out and overworked. In the United States 25% of workers consider their job to be the #1 cause of stress in their lives. We have to find ways to manage our stress.
As a leader or a manager, one of the most important roles you have is motivating your team. Motivated employees are more engaged, they are more driven, they are more innovative, and they actually want to show up and work hard.
So, what are some ways you can motivate your team? Today we are looking at three key areas you can utilize to start motivating your team today.
The annual performance review has been around for a long time and recently it has become a topic of debate. Is it good to have annual performance reviews? Is it bad? Is there a better way? We will discuss all of this and more in today’s video.